There’s lots of activity going on in the Atlantic at the moment – but how will it affect the UK?
Currently there is a big area of low pressure covering a large part of the Atlantic between North America and the UK.
While it is fairly large in its size, it’s not particularly intense, powerful or unusual.
This means that – while it may look impressive on the charts – it’s not going to bring anything out of the ordinary for the UK over the next few days.
It will, however, be generally unsettled across many parts through Friday and the weekend, as the low pressure drives a weather system across the UK.
This will bring strong winds, with gusts of up to 50mph in the most exposed parts of…
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